Sarah Wolting, 14th season
Abby Rodriguez, Brooklyn Zoulek
2021-22 OVERALL RECORD
The Tigers finished the season with an 11-10 record and lost to North Muskegon in the Division 3 district quarterfinals.
2021-22 CONFERENCE RECORD
7-7 in the West Michigan Conference
ANTICIPATED TEAM STRENGTHS
The Tigers have a lot of speed and quickness at their disposal, and will use that to their advantage to catch teams off-guard. They know they may not be the most experienced team, but understand that they will most likely be the fastest on the floor at any given time.
ANTICIPATED TEAM CHALLENGES
With their strengths come their challenges. The Tigers suffer from a lack of height, and with lots of roster turnover from last year, they also suffer from inexperience.
TEAMS TO BEAT IN THE CONFERENCE
With the new West Michigan Conference alignment, new teams are entering the picture, but Wolting still points to defending champion Hart as the biggest challenge in the Rivers Division.
November 29 at home against Newaygo.
“It’s going to be a fun year because there’s really no pressure, and because of that there will be an opportunity for a different girl to really have a great game every night.” – Sarah Wolting